Sherlock Holmes (2009)
movie is edited into short comedic clip
Sherlock Holmes uses the chromatic scale to test the behavior of flies using his violin in both films.
At one point, Holmes drinks something that Watson notes is meant "for eye surgery." In the Sherlock Holmes novel "The Seven-Per-Cent Solution," Watson laments that the cocaine mixture that Holmes was addicted to was originally meant for eye surgery.
The first scene in Baker Street is a nod to Granada Television's "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes" (1984) series, starring Jeremy Brett. In the scene, the camera focuses on a "Baker Street" street sign, then tracks backward down the street and over a clopping horse pulling a carriage. This same camera shot and angle - with the overhead tracking shot over a horse and carriage - was used to reveal Baker Street in the opening credits sequence of the Granada TV series.
Robert Downey Jr. trying to silence a gunshot, but actually making it louder.
Screenplay by Simon Kinberg
Ellen says they can do a one-word review for this movie.
Nominee in one of the categories
In a review of The Wolfman, David Stratton says that he feared it was going to be a travesty, like Sherlock Holmes.
Star-and-Role puzzle "Robert Downey Jr. as Sherlock Holmes"
Mindy Kaling tells Robert Downey Jr. that the film was her favorite of 2009
Subject of an $800 clue in the category "'The New York Times' Movies"
Procedural scenes - through dialogue, illustrations or both simultaneously - involving Detective Xu Bai-Jiu are similar to the underground boxing scene. This scene is also referenced through instances in some of the movie's fight scenes where people are being punched or kicked, and upon impact the hits are shown in slow-motion.
Ignatiy mentions that "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows" is the sequel to the film
DVD is shown.
Mentioned in dialogue.
AniMat mentions that Mr. Peabody's mind-planning scenes are like the ones in this series.
Mentioned by Graham in his opening monologue when he talks about Jude Law
Eggsy refers to Merlin as Mycroft (Holmes); Merlin is played by Mark Strong, who played the villain in Sherlock Holmes 2009
promotional clip shown
Promotional excerpt showed during interview with Robert Downey Jr. - Sherlock participates in a boxing fight.
Promotional excerpt showed during interview with Jude Law - Watson and Holmes argue about Holmes not being invited to Watson's country home
Reviewed, clips shown
Reviewed, clips shown
New on DVD in the Weekend Peekend
a clip is shown in a montage of Robert Downey Jr. films
Clip shown in montage of Rachel McAdams films
Clips seen and discussed
Sketch imagines Michael Sorrentino as Sherlock Holmes
Some scenes are an homage to the Sherlock Holmes movie